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Fri, 17 Aug 2018 14:32 - Updated Fri, 17 Aug 2018 14:31

Angola at climate forums of Southern and Central Africa

Luanda - Angola, through the National Institute of Meteorology and Geophysics (INAMET), participates, as from 13-24 Agust in the climate forums of Southern Africa in Botswana, and Central Africa, in Cameroon, to analyze the behavior of rainfall at regional level.

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Angola at climate forums of Southern and Central Africa

Photo: Inamet

According to a press release from INAMET, the delegations analyze rainfall from September to December 2018 and from January to April 2019.

The position of the Angolan territory in the tropical climate zone (hot) between latitudes 5º and 18º south on the globe gives it two distinct climatic seasons in the year.

The weather is split in two seasons namely the dry season called cacimbo, which runs from May 15 to August 15 and the hot and rainy season, from 15 August to 15 May.

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